Results for - Skipping a trip to the grocery store may lead to fewer junk food purchases
2,825 voters participated in this survey
Eating healthier may be as simple as not going to the grocery store, one study revealed.
Participants who ordered their groceries online spent less money on junk food compared to when they shopped in person, according to a study published Tuesday in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
1. How do you get your groceries?
Someone goes to the store for me
Order online & someone picks up for me
Order online and have them delivered
2. If you go in store, do you struggle with stopping yourself from buying junk food?
3. People who shopped online spent on average about $2.50 less on unhealthy food purchases like candy and frozen desserts compared to when they did their shopping inside stores. If you purchase groceries online, do you find yourself spending less on junk food?
4. Shoppers spent 44% more per transaction and purchased more items online versus in stores, researchers also found. If you purchase groceries online, do you find yourself spending more than in store shopping?
06/14/2021 Food & Drink